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Did they really patent this use case? – IP strategy for fleet management – digital transformation at Hilti

Hilti’s leap from being a seller of equipment to becoming a provider of complete B2B solutions goes beyond additional services and traditional after sales support or spare parts supply: it is called fleet management. The fleet management idea at Hilti ...

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Case Study: IP design for medical technology

An innovative solution to automatically analyze carb intake while eating. To keep blood-sugar levels stable within a healthy range, the body processes multiple, complex information from the brain, digestive system, and other sensory perception like gl ...

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Agile innovation and IP design for digital innovation: 4th module master class IP management

Agility and digitalization seem to be the pillars of the future of successful companies. Or is it just a current bubble that will burst and everything is going on as usual? Honestly, these concepts do not really deal with new insights. The term agilit ...

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IP and the Metaverse

The Metaverse hast just begun to emerge. It iterates further by placing everyone inside an embodied or virtual 3D version of the internet and on a nearly unending basis. In other words, we will constantly be within the internet rather than have access ...

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Why does iPhone lack USB-C?

New EU requirements June 7th, 2022, EU adopted USB-C as a mandatory common standard for all mobile chargers. By autumn 2024, USB-C (Universal Serial Bus C) ports will be the standard for all new mobile phones, tablets, digital cameras, headphones and ...

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How DIN 77006 can help with current challenges

The digital transformation not only leads to completely new players coming together, but also to more and more new companies expanding the competition to established companies. As a result, every entrepreneur has to face the digital transformation. DI ...

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Case Study IMEC: IP in cooperations

During the mid of the 20th century the character of science dramatically changed, when further progress became more and more only possible due to large scale project with immense budgets. Many big research institutions outside of universities were fou ...

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IP and Hallucinogens – is it possible?

The blog provides an overview of the overlapping IP and ethical issues on the use of hallucinating substances such as LSD, psilocybin, MDMA etc. for psychedelics therapies. Mental illness is not restricted to any country and can affect anyone’s regula ...

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Case Study: Signify and the SAILS Methodology Approach. 3rd module of the MIPLM 2021/22

The SAILS approach was originally developed as a road-mapping tool for analyzing disruptive threats to a company’s business model. SAILS is an acronym and stands for the initials of the individual methodological building blocks: (S) Standards, (A) Arc ...

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For an optimized and up-to-date management of Intellectual Property – Why we need a DIN 77006

As you know, the world is in a constant state of change – ever faster, more interdisciplinary and more complex. This does not stop at the handling of intellectual property. On the contrary, the IP landscapes are becoming increasingly dense, more intra ...

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